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Ace the CCFP Exam with The Review Course

Join us for our Virtual CCFP Exam Prep Course where we cover exam tips, tricks and strategies, and all the 105 Family Medicine topics.

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Dr. Simon Moore MD CCFP FCFP

Dr. Simon Moore is a top-rated lecturer and former president of CAIR (now Resident Doctors of Canada). He has been an examiner at multiple levels of medical education, and has been invited to present at multiple lectures, conferences, and resident teaching sessions internationally. He received a 2017 CCFP Award of Excellence for his outstanding contributions in his first 5 years of practice.

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Dr. Paul Dhillon MB BCh BAO EMDM DTM CCFP (EM)

Maj. Paul Dhillon is an author, a Canadian Military Major, and the winner of the Canadian Medical Assocation's 2017 Young Leader Award and the CFPC's 2018 Early Career Award. He has given conference presentations internationally and publishes on a wide variety of topics.

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What is it?

The CCFP exam, or the Certification of the College of Family Physicians of Canada exam, is a two-day written and oral examination.

It tests Family Practice residents or practice-eligible physicians for their readiness to practice Family Medicine.

When is it?


SAMPs: October 15 - 16 (17)

SOOs: October 19 - 20

What are the CFPC 105 Topics

The 105 Topicsfor the CCFP exam is the upcoming CFPC's Priority Topics and Key Features document, the core topics family medicine residents should study as they prepare for the CCFP exam.

CCFP prep: How should I study?

Start early. Focus on recent Canadian guidelines and diagnosis and management of common Family Practice conditions, like those in the 105 topics.

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